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Class Notes for PSY1EFP at La Trobe University

Experimental Foundations Of Psychological Science

PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Receptive Aphasia, Benjamin Lee Whorf, Creole Language

EFP Lecture 11 Session 1 Memory, Thinking and Intelligence (4) What is language? In over 4,000 languages, humans can speak, write, and read, communicating everything from basic information to complex emotions a...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, David Wechsler, Flynn Effect

EFP Lecture 12 Session 1 Memory, Thinking and Intelligence (5) How do we understand intelligence? Ways to look smarter Intelligence: the ability to use knowledge to reason, make...

PSY
PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Positron Emission Tomography

EFP Lecture 3 Session 1 Brain Behaviour Relationships (2) Equipotentiality The adult human brain is best viewed as a 1200-1400-gram collection of interacting neural circuits Karl Lashley built his resea...

PSY
PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Autonomic Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Neuroplasticity

EFP Lecture 4 Session 1 Brain Behaviour Relationships (3) The Peripheral Nervous System 2 Primary Components Somatic Nervous System: a component of the peripheral nervous system; it transmits sensory signals an...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Peripheral Nervous System, Axon Terminal, Myelin

EFP Lecture 2 - Brain Behaviour Relationships (1) 2 Basic Divisions Central nervous system (CNS): Brain and Spinal cord Peripheral nervous system (PNS): All nerve cells in the body that are not part of th...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Terri Schiavo Case, The Cocktail Party, Donald Broadbent

EFP Lecture 5 Session 1 Brain Behaviour Relationships (5) Consciousness is a subjective experience Consciousness: ones subjective experience of the world, resulting from brain activity - The brain and the mi...

PSY
PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia, Implicit Memory

EFP Lecture 9 Session 1 Memory, Thinking & Language (2) What are the different long-term memory systems? Long-term memory is composed of multiple systems. - Scientists do not agree on the number of human lon...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Representativeness Heuristic, Availability Heuristic, Sunscreen

EFP Lecture 10 Session 1 Memory, Thinking and Intelligence (3) What is thought Cognition: the mental activity that includes thinking and the understandings that result from thinking Thinking: the mental manipula...

PSY
PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Long-Term Memory, Temporal Lobe, Echoic Memory

EFP Lecture 7 Session 1 - Memory, thinking, language and intelligence (1) Memory is the processing of Information Memory: the nervous systems capacity to retain and retrieve skills and knowledge - We hav...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hemispatial Neglect, Frontal Eye Fields, Attentional Blink

EFP Lecture 8 Session 1 Cognition (3) Emotion captures attention Perceptions and memories are not all created equal. They are modulated by their emotional significance. Attention helps us to separate the wheat f...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cognitive Training, Nootropic, Psychological Science

EFP Lecture 1 Session 1 - Introduction What is Psychological Science? Psychologys aim is to Understand behaviour (in both humans and animals), and as a secondary goal, to treat behaviours deeme...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
PSY1EFP Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nucleus Accumbens, Sympathetic Nervous System

EFP Lecture 6 Session 1 Brain Behaviour Relationships (6) People Use and Abuse Many Psychoactive Drugs Drugs have been used throughout history to create altered states. - Around 317 million people ...

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PSY1EFP
Simon Crowe & Annukka Lindell
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Sacral Plexus, Lumbar Plexus, Sympathetic Ganglion

pe rm a ch ar ts MT Spinal Cord 2nd EDITION Figure ...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Viral Meningitis, Epidural Hematoma, Meningococcal Disease

p er m a ch a rts MT NNervous System Disorders 2nd EDITION ...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Acute Stress Reaction, Abnormal Psychology, Conversion Disorder

permacharts MT Abnormal Psychology 2nd EDITION INTRODUCTION ...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Sigmund Freud, Classical Conditioning

permacharts MT College Psychology College Psychology 2nd EDITION ...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Penis Envy, Anal Retentiveness, Castration Anxiety

permacharts TM Developmental Psychologyy 2nd EDITION INFANCY ...

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